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5 Things to Look for in Successful Hyperhidrosis Care

Heading to the doctor’s office (again) to try (again) to get the right treatment for that I-Sweat-Buckets problem? Use our checklist to help you find a great (maybe even ideal) doctor like Dr. Zakiya Rice at Emory…

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Don’t Sweat Valentine’s Day: 4 Simple Steps

Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is almost here. For those of us who sweat (a lot) Valentine’s Day is really scary.

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miraDry #TripleThreat Zaps Underarm Sweat, Odor, and Now... Hair Growth!

We’ve known since 2011 that the miraDry microwave medical device, used in dermatologists’ offices, can permanently destroy underarm sweat glands and stop underarm sweating. But now the makers of miraDry have announced their microwave technology is also a great way to zap away hair follicles – making underarms free of sweat, odor, and hair.

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New Gel Reports Sweat-Busting Results

A new gel to fight excessive underarm sweating has been found to provide meaningful relief (i.e. a 2-grade improvement in the Hyperhidrosis Disease Severity Score). Thanks to everyone who participated in the research. Ready for more?

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The Right Kind of Credit: EDU that Changes Lives

What’s a Hyperhidrosis Master Class all about?

According to our beloved Pacific Northwest advocate in medical education, Robert Sidbury, MD, Dermatology Division Chief and Associate Professor, Seattle Children's Hospital: “On behalf of my team here at Seattle Children's, the other providers who attended, but especially our patients present and future: Thank you!!! The program was uniformly well-received and as one attendee stated: ‘What CME should be, but almost always never is.’” (CME is accredited Continuing Medical Education that must adhere to stringent guidelines for being non-biased and evidence-based. Medical professionals must accumulate a certain number of credits per year. The amount varies state by state.)

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